How Do Child Custody Evaluations Work in Georgia?

A custody evaluation helps courts in Georgia determine custody arrangements that are in the best interest of the children. Typically, a mental health professional conducts an official forensic child custody evaluation. Then, Georgia courts can use the evaluations in a variety of legal actions where the children’s best interest is to be determined, like divorces,…

Seven ATC Law Attorneys Named 2021 “Super Lawyers” Honorees

  Andersen, Tate & Carr is excited to announce that seven attorneys have been selected as Georgia Super Lawyers honorees by Law & Politics and Atlanta Magazine for 2021. The magazine lists attorneys based on practice area and state. The ATC Law attorneys listed as Georgia Super Lawyers honorees in 2021 include:  Thomas J. Andersen…

How Does Parole Work in Georgia?

In Georgia, parole is a discretionary, multi-step process that allows for individuals to qualify for early release from their prison sentences depending upon whether they meet certain conditions and criteria set by the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles (the “Board”).  The parole process is complex and requires inmates (and their loved ones) to…